25 Most Bizarre Museums in the World

A museum is by definition an instititution that preserves a collection of historically important and valuable artifacts. Museums are also institutions that care other objects of cultural, artistic, and scientific importance safe and untouched. Some of the most important museums in the world are located in the world’s largest and most important cities such as Paris, London, Washington D.C., Beijing, Los Angeles, etc. However, that doesn’t mean that museums in other smaller cities are unimportant – every museum is unique and important in its own way.

However, just like everything in the world we live in, some museums can be proclaimed bizarre. Bizarre museums don’t showcase “normal” artifacts, but rather bizarre artifacts that some people may find interesting and historically important. In the following rows of text, you will be introduced to some of the most bizarre museums that you can visit if you are the kind of a person that loves all things bizarre and odd. Let’s take a look at 25 Most Bizarre Museums in the World:

#25 – Beijing Tap Water Museum

The whereabouts of this odd museum is in Beijing, China. This museum is also known among Beijing natives as Beijing Museum of Tap Water.

Although what this museum preserves – Beijing tap water history may look strange, it actually isn’t that odd. We have to acknowledge that water is an important part of our lives and that we couldn’t live without it. The people of Beijing seem to respect the water that was given to us so they allowed this museum to be built on the site of the very first Beijing water plant.